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James Lovell Interview

Date: March 25, 1983
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Densho ID: ddr-densho-1007-12
00:23:42
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Caucasian male. Born February 6, 1907, in Hastings, Nebraska. Became a teacher, and was recruited to teach in Honolulu, Hawaii. Joined the Hawaii National Guard in 1931, and in 1942, was selected to serve as executive officer and second-in-command of the 100th Battalion.
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Interview location: Description of Japanese Americans in Hawai'i before World War II (audio only) Segment 1 of 5 [ Next segment ] For more information, visit Densho
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Interview location: Witnessing the reactions of white officers to an all-Japanese American unit (audio only) Segment 2 of 5 [ Previous segment ] -- [ Next segment ] For more information, visit Densho
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Interview location: Response to accusations that the 100th Battalion was overused or 'expendable' (audio only) Segment 3 of 5 [ Previous segment ] -- [ Next segment ] For more information, visit Densho
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Interview location: The importance of sharing the story of the 100th Battalion (audio only) Segment 4 of 5 [ Previous segment ] -- [ Next segment ] For more information, visit Densho
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Interview location: Being asked to take part in a questionable project involving Nisei soldiers (audio only) Segment 5 of 5 [ Previous segment ] For more information, visit Densho
Topics: Japanese Americans, Oral history